Last week I ended up in the ER, unfortunately it was while Lance was out of town for work and the nanny was sick. I had to call in some favors from friends to help me out that day. I was too dehydrated and couldn't stop throwing up so I was at the ER for seven hours getting fluids and meds. It was awful.
The next day was my first appointment with my OB doctor and we received lots of good news. The baby is measuring one week bigger than my dates so they bumped my due date to May 13, 2017. I tell you it was like Christmas morning hearing that!! He said it's been a long time since he's had a patient with Hyperemesis Gravidarum as severe as mine; he ordered a picc line to be placed for hydration and nutrition and a home health care company to help me with it. Meaning, a nurse comes to the house and teaches me how to administer fluids so I can do it on my own instead of having go to the ER every other day. He also said I'd be a good candidate to do a VBAC.
This passed Monday was the worst day to date - Lance was out of town for work again so when I got the picc line placed I was all on my own. To make matters worse it was a day of relentless vomiting, it just would not stop. After I got home from having the picc line placed it was 1:00 and I was so looking forward to a nap to escape the vomiting. It didn't work. I couldn't get fluids until the home health nurse came to show me how to do it and she wasn't scheduled to come until 3-5pm. The waiting was unbearable and the day was just so awful, everything about it. She didn't get to the house until 5:30, the nanny was watching two extra kids at our house, Lance was still out of town, and I was just dying. Just dying!
The nurse tried teaching me and explaining how to administer the meds and fluids but my mind was so far gone, the only thing I could focus on was getting the fluids. Long story short, I finally got fluids at 7pm which did make the vomiting stop although I was still nauseous. It was just the worst day. THE WORST!!